Undergraduate programs

Electrical chip.

Electrical and Computer Engineering offers you a diverse range of exciting opportunities in high-tech industries. As an electrical engineer, you will design communications systems, electrical power grids, circuits, electric motors, electronic sensors and many more of the technologies and applications that are so important to today’s society.

After first year, you will take courses in numerical programming, circuit analysis, digital design, electromagnetic fields and photons, signals and physical electronics. Third and fourth-year courses include microprocessors, analog communications, intelligent computing, power electronics, computer networks and security, wireless communications and digital computer architecture. In fourth year, you can select technical electives that focus on communications, computer engineering, electronics or a cross between various areas of interest.

Electrical and Computer Engineering Undergraduate Calendar
Electrical Engineering Course Descriptions
General Engineering Course Descriptions
Non-Technical Electives

Application Information

For more information, please contact ece@uwindsor.ca.